Do you have questions about European Spaces of Culture? Join the team in the Open Spaces free consultation room, open every Thursday at 5-6 pm CEST and Friday at 10-11 am CEST. No need to sign up - once in, follow the instructions on screen.
Join the conversation on fair collaboration! We will share first approaches to the concept of fair collaboration in cultural relations, assure and listen to a diversity of voices, thoughts, experiences and needs and co-create inputs for a user-centred toolkit. Together with the survey, these roundtables are one milestone on our way to design tools on fair collaboration in cultural relations. Your input and outcomes of the idea jamming process are an essential contribution.
Register for one of our three public roundtables on fair collaborations in cultural relations on the 18 June (in English) or 23 June (in French and Spanish). If you are a colleague working in EUNIC, follow this link for a special roundtable on 24 June.
We are currently updating our schedule: more webinars will be available soon.
In the meantime, find out more about the European Spaces of Culture conference in the dedicated page, or rewatch the European Spaces of Culture webinar series here.
You can sign up for one webinar at a time. In case you experience any issues drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Re-watch our online panel discussions by clicking on the images below.
Digital transformation has accelerated rapidly in recent years. What are the opportunities of artificial intelligence for culture and education? And the potential risks? What role does Europe play in all these technological developments? What does this mean for cultural relations? We explored these questions in our EUNIC DX / AI Week in November 2020. Watch all the recordings on our YouTube channel, or find some selected highlights below.
The Geopolitics of AI Technologies: Ethical Concerns, Risks and Global Challenges
Panel with Gry Hasselbalch, Co-founder DataEthics.eu, European Commission High-Level Expert Group on AI, Karen Yeung, Interdisciplinary Professorial Fellow in Law, Ethics and Informatics, European Commission High-Level Expert Group on AI and Martin Rauchbauer, EUNIC Silicon Valley and Austrian Tech Ambassador
EUNIC Public Online Debates are open to the public upon registration.
EUNIC webinars are currently reserved for colleagues working in the EUNIC network. Colleagues working in EU Delegations are also invited to join.
We use Zoom to facilitate both EUNIC Public Online Debates and webinars.
Note that EUNIC Global is recording EUNIC Public Online Debates and webinars.
By joining such a meeting, you consent to this practice.
Recordings of previous EUNIC Public Online Debates and webinars can be found here.